Conducting online survey: how to recuite the right people?

5 May 2009 - 12:41pm
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Xinrong Ding
2009

Dear all,

Lately I have setup a survey on surveyMonkey.com
But then I immediately ran into the problem of get response.
It's already a week past, I got only one response.
Can any of you share some insights of promoting online survey? Any
tips?

Thanks in advance.

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6 May 2009 - 12:10am
Toby Biddle
2009

When we have run online surveys or online user testing we have always
used market research panels to get participants. This obviously
costs money, but it is the quickest way to get participants and you
can set any number of criteria to ensure you get the right people
involved.
Some providers of research panels includes:
* Survey Sampling International
* Global Market Insite
* Market Tools
* Permission Corp
* Pure Profile
* InterfaceASIA

Good luck!

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6 May 2009 - 8:32am
gMulder
2009

It's always a question of motivation - we've had good results with
asking friends and friends-of-friends with an early beta launch, and
we've tried to give incentives (which is basically what panel
providers do).
So - if you don'T have a community you can harness for that - best
is probably to look for a research panel provider.

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